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Through The Moon Gate

Vampire stories by Jacqueline Lichtenberg
Edited by Jean Lorrah\
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Vampire's Dilemma

Edited by
Jacqueline Lichtenberg & Jean Lorrah
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Essay by Jacqueline Lichtenberg in
FIC: Why Fanfiction is Taking Over The World
Anne Jamison, Editor
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  Science Is Magic Spelled Backwards
Stories by Jacqueline Lichtenberg
Edited by Jean Lorrah
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Love   
Trust   
Intimacy

Tales From the Backlist
contains a non-science fiction story by Jacqueline Lichtenberg.


Romance! Mystery! Aliens! Suspense!Spirits! Invite top writers from across the genres and what do you get? Tales from the Backlist! These short stories are a delectable sample of treasures from traditionally published authors who have united to bring you the best in fiction. 19 tales previously appearing in an array of publications:

"Your Sweet Man," by Libby Fischer Hellmann
"Lady Invisible," by Patricia Rice
“Beach, Boardwalk, and Murder,” by Mary Ellen Hughes
“Diapers, Dishes, and Demons,” by Kelly McClymer
"Cold Case," by L.L. Bartlett
“Coping Mechanisms,” by Terry Odell
“The Heart of Riverbend,” by Judith Arnold
“Escaping Raul,” by Maryann Miller
“Kind Hunter,” by Pati Nagle
“Missing,” by Jackie Griffey
“Miracles Happen,” by Jacqueline Lichtenberg
“Playing for Keeps,” by Phoebe Conn
“Play Money,” by Christina Crooks
“Prisoners,” by Judy Alter
“Shapeshifter Finals,” by Jeffrey A. Carver
“Shelter from the Storm,” by Patricia Ryan
“The Avalon Psalter,” by Lillian Stewart Carl
“The Plan,” by Karen Fenech
“The Scoria,” by Doranna Durgin
 

 

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Unto Zeor, Forever
won


The Galaxy Award
For
Spirituality in
Science Fiction

 

 


 

About
Jacqueline
Lichtenberg

Jacqueline Lichtenberg, a life member of the Science Fiction Writers of America, http://www.sfwa.org  She is creator of the Sime~Gen Universe with a vibrant fan following  primary author of the Bantam paperback Star Trek Lives! which blew the lid on Star Trek fandom, founder of the Star Trek Welcommittee, creator of the genre term Intimate Adventure, winner of the Galaxy Award for Spirituality in Science Fiction with her second novel, Unto Zeor, Forever, and the first Romantic Times Awards for Best Science Fiction Novel with her later novel Dushau. Her Vampire fiction has been in audio-dramatization on XM Satellite Radio. She has been the sf/f reviewer for a professional magazine since 1993. She teaches sf/f writing online while turning to her first love, screenwriting focused on selling to the feature film market. Screenwriting: http://www.slantedconcept.com 

 
Containing a Sime~Gen story,
Channel's Exemption  by Jacqueline Lichtenberg

In Damien Broderick’s haunting tale, “The Meek,” the survivors of humanity’s drive toward racial suicide must pay an awful price for their continued survival. John Glasby’s “Innsmouth Bane” tells how the alien entity Dagon first came to nineteenth-century America. In “Helen’s Last Will,” James C. Glass shows us that death may not always be “the end.” Charles Allen Gramlich’s “I Can Spend You” is a futuristic western which puts prospecting in a whole new light!“The Voice of the Dolphin in Air,” by Howard V. Hendrix, is a poignant tale of life and death on Mars and the LaGrange space stations. In Philip E. High’s “This World Is Ours,” David Hacket is given the task of revitalizing a declining city (and world), and finds himself facing an alien invasion. James B. Johnson’s “The Last American” is fighting to preserve the memory of the old U.S. of A.—in a last stand at the Alamo! In “Small World: A Small Story,” by Michael Kurland, Vanspeepe invents a new transportation device, hoping to change the world—and he does! “Channel's Exemption: A Sime~Gen Story,” by Jacqueline Lichtenberg, focuses on the tensions between Sime and Gen when a mixed party of humans is stranded on an alien planet. Gary Lovisi’s tale, “My Guardian,” tells how mankind is finally able to put an end to wars and mass killings. “Black Mist,” by Richard A. Lupoff, is a stunning mystery set at a Japanese research station on the Martian moon, Phobos. Don Webb, in his fascinating tale, “The Five Biographies of General Gerrhan,” demonstrates how easy it is for the professional writer to (mis)interpret, deliberately or otherwise, the story of a space hero.Twelve great reads by a dozen great writers!

Borgo Press
an Imprint of
Wildside Press

Sime~Gen novels
are available in paper and e-book, at online outlets worldwide

They are mixed-genre, having fantasy elements such as ESP woven tightly to science, mystery, suspense, and romance.

They are set on Earth of the far future, a thousand years after modern civilization has collapsed and been almost forgotten. 

Now civilization is re-emerging, and technology re-developing

First Channel is the earliest in the Chronlogy, with the technological level of the 1700's and the best place to start if you are not a science fiction fan.

Channel's Destiny is a direct sequel to First Channel

The Farris Channel
is the story of the founding of the House of Zeor.

House of Zeor, Ambrov Keon and Zelerod's Doom were published as The Unity Trilogy, telling the story of how Sime and Gen Territories united.  House of Zeor is the best place for seasoned science fiction readers to start.

The Story Untold and To Kiss Or To Kill are set just as the political Unity of the human species is being constructed.  The main characters were inspired by Jimmy Page and Robert PlantTo Kiss Or To Kill is the best place for Romance readers to start.   

Unto Zeor, Forever, winner of the Galaxy Award for Spirituality in Science Fiction, is set in the equivalent of the mid-1900's, and is a "Doctor Novel" romance that redirects the course of human history.

Mahogany Trinrose and RenSime are set in the equivalent of the late 1900's, and depict the interface between science and the paranormal in a struggle to unite Sime and Gen.  Again, the key is Love, Trust, Compassion.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Personal Recognizance is set in the equivalent of the early 2000's, and as always in these novels, Romance catalyzes the transcendence of the human spirit and moves History toward a better day.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

 

For links to everything Sime~Gen, previous covers, explanations of what this novel universe is about, and free chapters, see http://www.simegen.com/writers/simegen/

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